Much of what is in this book has been in Luke's lecture notes since at least October of 2006. Not ALL, but definitely most. There are additional details and a few extra ideas and such.
As somebody who had his lecture notes, I had hoped for more. Correspondence with Luke after the lecture made 3510 seem like it was going to take the lecture notes to a whole other level. Instead, much of them were simply copied verbatim (including typos if you can believe that).
There are a couple extra chapters not in the notes but, for the most part, they rehash information from the other chapters, obviously written months or years earlier. I mean, how many times will he explain the Dunninger Ploy?
I think the ideas are good ones but the typographical errors are really annoying. They start to border on making the material unreadable. I recommend the ideas but the book was seriously lacking in any kind of production value.
Expect this if you get the book. If it doesn't bother you, then you are set and will get some great ideas.
Personally, the lack of production values say more about Penguin than they do about Luke, who needs to take it upon himself to get a good editor since several of his released works and lecture notes would make any English teacher, on either side of the pond, put a shotgun in their mouth.